Canada's most amazing female entrepreneurs!
For the 18th year, we are celebrating our country's most successful women business-owners. Are you one of them? WE want to hear from you. Enter the 2016 W100 now!
Meet the 2015 W100!
Why We Rank Female Entrepreneurs
Canadian Business Editor-in-Chief James Cowan explains why it’s so important to celebrate the achievements of the 2015 W100
Shannon Rogers built a global competitor by focusing on providing a great product with great people
A relentless focus on customer service earned Jackie Pickard the #2 spot on the 2015 PROFIT W100
Making long-term care patients’ lives better earned Lois Cormack the #3 spot on the 2015 PROFIT W100
These women didn’t quite make the PROFIT W100, but watch out for them in the future.
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"The recognition I have received via the W100 has been overwhelming, both personally and professionally. The W100 ranking has helped to raise the profile of my company and broadened my network of business leaders, which has helped position the company for future growth opportunities."
Kenilworth Publishing & Media Inc.
WHAT IS THE W100?
Now in its 18th year, the PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranking and awards program is Canada's largest celebration of entrepreneurial achievement by women. The PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranks female entrepreneurs by a composite score that considers the size, growth rate and profitability of the companies they own and manage.
Winners are honoured in the June 2016 issue of Canadian Business magazine, as well as year-round at Chatelaine.com and at PROFITguide.com.
Entry Deadline: March 31, 2016.
Earning a spot on the PROFIT/Chatelaine W100 ranking can bring firms valuable publicity, attract new customers and investors, increase employee engagement and boost sales to new customers. W100 companies receive coverage in Canadian Business magazine (and at Chatelaine.com and at PROFITguide.com, along with marketing and PR collateral to leverage their W100 honours.